Roland SH-101 Red - Pro Serviced - Warranty
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First manufactured in 1982, the Roland SH-101 is an analog monophonic bass synthesizer most notable for its legendary use in techno and acid house music. It has a simple layout with features such as a single oscillator with various mixable waveforms, CV/Gate control, a 100-step sequencer, and an arpeggiator. The Roland SH-101 came in gray, blue, and red finishes, as well as a rare white finish, with an optional hand grip controller for keytar performance. It has been used by such artists as Orbital, The Prodigy, Aphex Twin, Devo, Boards of Canada, and Future Sound of London.

Product Specs

  • SH-101
  • Blue
  • Gray
  • Red
  • 1982 - 1986
Made In
  • Japan
  • United States

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Reviews for the Roland SH-101 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
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  • NOT ALL!!

    I have one that works like new!

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  • Great Seller

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    Easy communication and a nice person. Couldn't be any better.

  • Classic Synth!

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    Great sounding, simple synth!

  • A good little mono synth, too expensive.

    Very nice sound thanks to the sub oscillator and a really punchy sound. Fun sequencer, but loses memory when turned off. Very easy to use, and always sounding good in a mix. But its price is really too high in my opinion compared to the very similar SH9 for instance. But yes, its look is irresistible.

  • Great for House Jams

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    The SH-101 is a great synth to jam on as well as produce. It’s extremely forgiving and is thus an excellent first-synth to own. Even though it’s fairly straight-forward, you can definitely get weird with it. One of my favorite features is the ability to create a sequence of random notes and loop the…